Saw this in the [digital] paper and thought I’d share….
The Yard Goats got into a brawl with folks from Trenton New Jersey over an unwritten rule that was broken.
And of course I am referring to minor league baseball.
When the team from Trenton bunted to break up the Hartford Yard Goats’ no hitter in the 9th inning, the benches cleared and a good ole’ summer brawlensued.
Apparently, bunting to break up a no-no is ….uh…. a no-no.
Anyway, why should this interest you, an esteemed member of the wrestling community?
It probably shouldn’t. And maybe it doesn’t.
But it doesremind me of my own unwritten rule about wrestling:
Never get instruction from the internet and expect good results.
Case in point: just the other day, another Yew-Tewb weekend warrior posted a video of a single leg finish.
- Wow – the kids that do this are going to lose a lot of matches.
This yew-tewber made some critical errors:
- Dropped to both knees right from the start.
- When splitting the middle, put his head on the mat (better wrestlers will bury you if you do this
- Got over 100 likes in the first 6 days meaning we’re going to see more of him.
The biggest problem with turning to yew-tewb for instruction?
The #1 goal for most who post on that platform to GET ATTENTION.
That means, by definition, do something flashy.
And flashy usually gets you beat.
Believe it or not, I have a you tube channel.
But it keep it hidden behind firewalls. Most of my content can only be accessed by folks who train with me, or are on my list.
When I post them, they are for only one purpose: to help the dedicated athletes who train with me, along with their parents.
Okay, enough about goats. Younger Youth Camp for 1st-3rd graders starts next Monday and Youth Takedown Master Camp starts on Wednesday (registration for both is closing down soon).
And the first of 4 High School camps starts in just under 2 weeks.
Get your cheese here
PS If you don’t like cheese and just want to access the camps page, go here